Victor throws up on a trip to the country and some schoolchildren draw it. Later he gets a job as a gardener for high-flying Fenella Fortune, who is also Patrick's new boss. The "weed-killer" Victor finds in the shed is a drug stash and he becomes happy inhaling the fumes. Unfortunately, he also demolishes Mrs. Fortune's greenhouse when his motor-mower goes out of control. Patrick, up whose shorts-leg a crab has crawled, is sacked with him; and Mrs. Warboys is carjacked by a drug dealer, leading to a traumatic experience with a dog, which the children also draw.
Did You Know?
When Mrs Warboys is driving Victor and Margaret home from the airport, you can clearly see the driver and passenger headrests in her car have been removed. Victor begins to experience travel sickness, and Mrs Warboys immediately stops the car. The headrests then appear both fitted to the seats. See more
When Victor tells Mrs. Warboys to pull the car over because he's going to be sick, they are on a two lane street, with several cars behind them. She pulls over immediately, but now they are on a one lane road with no cars behind them. See more
[Patrick and Pippa are in Victor's house which is full of prosthetic body parts
[picking up a ring box
So what do you suppose I'll find in this ring box?
[he opens it to find a glass eye inside
Not even warm.
Mr Tambourine Man
Written by Bob Dylan
Performed by Richard Wilson
and The Byrds See more